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Arrowtown’s surprises at every corner with new activities, restaurants, cafes and accommodation options. You don’t have to dig far in this sophisticated, yet quaint village to find why this charming town oozes heritage whether the newly restored...more
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The town grew with a gold rush and does remind you of something out of an American cowboy movie. Filled with classy shops and a good vibe.
The old Chinese settlement is really interesting and definitely worth some time.
A beautiful village which is an easy 15 minute drive from Queenstown. While it has some lovely shops, they are quite expensive with many of the shops being very similar. There are lots of eating places. It is, however, worth a look.
When in queenstown so many (older) people have been asking us - have you been to Arrowtown yet? So we decided to give it a try.
Ok it looks quite interesting and nice, but it is nothing to write home about.
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Really interesting old gold mining town, which has been restored and added to and makes for very interesting wandering.
Lies adjacent to the Arrow River and contains quite a number of really interesting period buildings and cottages.
Also really lovely scenery on the way to...More
Arrowtown is a great place to spend the day, it has history, landscaping and adventure. From old Chinese settlements to museums, and millions of tracks that go by the Arrow River, which have amazing views and spots to just relax.
We enjoyed our wander through the streets of Arrowtown. Lots of expensive touristy gift shops but plenty of cute little cottages to look at. We bought some fantastic cherries from a cart set up on the footpath, which were to die for. Nice place to...More